Objective: To demonstrate your developing capacity to apply functional grammar to the analysis of a text at three levels – genre, context of situation and lexicogrammatical.
Structure: You have been provided with a text below. You are to complete the task specified in steps 1, 2 and 3. Each task is to be a separate section.
No need to use references.
Tasks 1 and 2 will be evaluated in terms of accuracy of analysis.
Task 3 will be evaluated using the following criteria and standards:
|Accurate knowledge and application of the idea of field.||No knowledge and/or application shown.||Basic knowledge and application shown.||Good knowledge and application shown.||Thorough knowledge and application shown.||Exemplary knowledge and application shown.|
|Accurate knowledge and application of the idea of genre.||No knowledge and/or application shown.||Basic knowledge and application shown.||Good knowledge and application shown.||Thorough knowledge and application shown.||Exemplary knowledge and application shown.|
Previous research has identified several factors that impact the success of refugees’ settlement in their new country. These include participation in paid employment, language proficiency, and discrimination. English proficiency and experiences of discrimination also affect refugees’ sense of belonging to and engagement in the community. Moreover, these factors are likely to interact in their impact on refugee resettlement, such that, for example, lack of English proficiency results in reluctance to participate in activities in the broader community, which, in turn, can mean fewer opportunities for practicing English and developing networks, both of which could lead to better employment and social outcomes. However, few studies have examined several factors in combination. In the present study we did this using Jenson’s framework of social cohesion, investigating the factors that enhance or disrupt belonging, participation, inclusion, recognition, and legitimacy for refugees in Australian communities. It was our aim to analyze the factors impacting social cohesion and their interrelationships instead of simply describing refugees’ experiences.
Text from: Justine Dandy & Rogelia Pe-Pua (2015) The Refugee Experience of Social
Cohesion in Australia: Exploring the Roles of Racism, Intercultural Contact, and the Media,
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 13:4, 339-357.
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